BBC Homes and Antiques Reviews
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Customer BBC Homes and Antiques Reviews (4)
by - written on 11/09/00, updated on 11/09/00 (Very useful, 121 readings)
Because this magazine is from the BBC, it often has articles which are linked to TV programmes such as Antiques Roadshow, which means it's for the popular end of the market. It's not boring and it's a good read. This magazine is not for the DIY enthusiast; it mainly features items that can be bought rather than made, and the whole thing is aimed at the higher end of the market than, say Real Homes or Your Homes. But there should be things of interest to anyone interested in homemaking or collecting antiques. There are interiors of historical and stately homes, and if you are interested in the historical side of things (rather than just making ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
I'm currently nearing the end of a £1 for 3 copies trial for this magazine. I'm interesting in interiors so thought I would try this out. It is a monthly magazine from the BBC so linked in with Antiques Roadshow and has it's own version of that where readers can send in pictures of their own antiques and get advice and valuations. There are also behind the scenes articles and other AR related stories. There are lots of articles on a wide variety of interiors matters and several homes are featured with lots of advice to 'get the look'. They also cover related features, this month has lots of Christmas decorations ideas and also a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/11 (Useful, 47 readings)
I have been working in the soft furnishings trade for many years , and I also have an interest in nostalgia and anything old , so Homes & Antiques Magazine ticks all the boxes for me .I recently renewed my yearly subscription through the Homes & Antiques website www.homesandantiques.com. By subscribing online I was offered a good rate subscription price, the magazine cost £3.80 for a single copy , you save 30% when you buy a subscription and I also had the choice of a free gift. The free gifts on offer were books, Millers Antiques Handbook and price guide worth £30 or Romantic English Homes worth £29.99, I chose the price guide. There was also a free 2012 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/09 (Useful, 17 readings)
How many magazines do you pick up and find that you have read them in a very short time because it was advert after advert after advertorial? This is not the case here, given that you have chosen to buy it because you are interested in Homes and Antiques you will find plenty to interest you. I have never read the magazine without making notes of companies that they have featured. I also always take away ideas. In fact, until recently when I was decluttering, I had kept almost 100 back copies for reference when I redecorated. They usefully have reader offers for lovely items to purchase at special offer prices. As to the antiques element, again very interesting ... Read the complete review
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